Chris Monaghan

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Chris Monaghan
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Describes the different variables / characteristics of light used by painters, artists and photgraphers. Includes examples and simple explanations. Written initially for Photogrphy students (16 -18 A level and university) but also used for 14 to 16
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Introduces the idea of narrative - images telling stories from Jacob Riis in the 1890s to contemporary magazines. Covers linear and non-linear narratives, photo-journalism narrative requirements, single and series art and advertising images
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Describes the different variables for controlling depth of field with loads of examples, questions and discussion/answer slides for students. Written initially for Advanced level students (16-18), but I have also used with 14-16 year olds for the UK
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Composition - The Visual Elements (also known as Design Elements). Please rate after downloading - Thanks. This Powerpoint covers the visual elements with examples of their use, explanations and questions for students to discuss. Useful for all art
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Designed primarily for photography students this powerpoint introduces the portrait from a historical perspective - its function / purpose, its history (including how photography changed the art of portraiture). Includes student questions and an
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Introduces the idea of photography as enabling a new way of seeing in the latter 19th century through the use of camera angle, radical cropping and camera viewpoint. Includes student assignment. Suitable for all art and photography students over
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Introduces the differences between abstract and representational art (a.k.a. figurative) using general art & photography. Lots of class discussion prompts, leading to a general awareness of how abstract images can be used. Abstract Photography
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Introduces a little of the history of montage, some theory, artist examples, discussion examples), plus 'how to' slides showing students step by step how to create montages using photoshop. Suitable for all photography courses 14 years and older.
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Designed for all art based subjects. Introduces students to the idea that meaning is derived (seeing) from art (specifically using photographic images) through careful study rather than the cursory glance. Introduces context, viewers bring meaning,
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Please rate/review after downloading - Thanks! This powerpoint covers all the obvious rules(e.g. rule of thirds - yawn), plus some lesser known/understood rules and general guides (e.g. rule of even & odd, rule of space,triangles, simplification
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Former teacher, then for 25 years a professional photographer and international lecturer for Agfa, now a teacher again - Head of Photography at a UK College. BSc Lancaster (physics), BA Sussex (art history), MA Goldsmiths (contemporary imaging).

MY TEACHING STYLE

Lots of fun and student discovery. Adapting the old adage "give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, give a man a fishing rod and you feed him for a lifetime" ... in my approach to teaching this becomes "give a student a fish and you feed him for a day, give a student the desire and necessary skills and you will feed him for a lifetime". And in case you are wondering about the rod, he/she makes their own because they discover that they want to!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Kodak European Gold Award Winner Agfa UK Portrait photographer of the year Agfa UK Wedding photographer of the year ABIPP

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BSc (Physics) Lancaster University BA (Art HIstory) Sussex Uuiversity MA (Contemprary imaging) Goldsmiths University London

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Having employed many photography graduates over the years I have always been amazed by their lack of both critical knowledge and technical skills. As such my teaching resources are applicable to a wide range of student age and ability because they are built around the assumptions that: 1) students start with zero or limited knowledge 2) They should be interesting and fun. 3) Theory should be introduced in context - it should be followed by 'real world' examples of its application.

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